What time does the 2019 German MotoGP™ start in Australia?

Maverick Vinales on track at the 2018 German MotoGP

The 2019 MotoGP™ season continues with the Grand Prix of Germany at Sachsenring this weekend.

Australian television audiences can watch every session of MotoGP™, Moto2™, Moto3™ and MotoE™ live in HD and ad-break free on Fox Sports in 2019.

Live streaming is available for compatible devices, in HD and on demand with Kayo Sports.

For free-to-air viewers, 10 Bold will show the MotoGP™ races live in 2019.

Here is everything you need to know, including the start time and race info, for the 2019 Grand Prix of Germany.

When is the German MotoGP™?

The ninth race of the 2019 MotoGP™ season takes place on Sunday 7 July.

Practice begins on Friday 5 July with FP1 and FP2, followed by FP3, FP4 and qualifying on Saturday 6 July.

What time does the German GP start?

The German GP starts at 2.00pm local time on Sunday 15 July, which is 10.00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) on Sunday 7 July.

The AEST for each session is as follows:

MotoGP™

  • Practice 1: Friday 5.55pm-6.40pm AEST
  • Practice 2: Friday 10.10pm-10.55pm AEST
  • Practice 3: Saturday 5.55pm-6.40pm AEST
  • Practice 4: Saturday 9.30pm-10.00pm AEST
  • Qualifying 1: Saturday 10.10pm-10.25pm AEST
  • Qualifying 2: Saturday 10.35pm-10.50pm AEST
  • Warm-Up: Sunday 5.20pm-5.40pm AEST
  • Race: Sunday 10.00pm AEST

Moto2™

  • Practice 1: Friday 6.55pm-7.35pm AEST
  • Practice 2: Friday 11.10pm-11.50pm AEST
  • Practice 3: Saturday 6.55pm-7.35pm AEST
  • Qualifying 1: Saturday 11.05pm-11.20pm AEST
  • Qualifying 2: Saturday 11.30pm-11.50pm AEST
  • Warm-Up: Sunday 4.50pm-5.10pm AEST
  • Race: Sunday 8.20pm AEST

Moto3™

  • Practice 1: Friday 5.00pm-5.40pm AEST
  • Practice 2: Friday 9.15pm-9.55pm AEST
  • Practice 3: Saturday 5.00pm-5.40pm AEST
  • Qualifying 1: Saturday 8.35pm-8.50pm AEST
  • Qualifying 2: Saturday 9.00pm-9.15pm AEST
  • Warm-Up: Sunday 4.20pm-5.40pm AEST
  • Race: Sunday 7.00pm AEST

MotoE™

  • Practice 1: Friday 7.50pm-8.20pm AEST
  • Practice 2: Saturday 12.50am-1.20am AEST
  • E-Pole:  Sunday 12.00am AEST
  • Race: Sunday 6.00pm AEST

Where is the German GP held and how many laps is it?

The race takes place at Sachsenring.

MotoGP™ riders will race 30 laps covering a total distance of 110.1 km.

What TV channel is the German GP on in Australia?

Live television coverage in Australia of each MotoGP™, Moto2™, Moto3™ and MotoE™ session is on Fox Sports.

Live streaming is available for compatible devices, in HD and on demand with Kayo Sports.

For free-to-air viewers, 10 Bold will show the MotoGP™ race live from 9.30pm AEST on Sunday 30 June.

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